Summary Mr Clinton addressed the audience about the future for the treatment and prevention of HIV and AIDS. "It is important in this group that devotes its life to giving other people life, that we honour the life and the service of those we lost," he said. "We are here on this 20th anniversary of the conference to celebrate so much of the progress that has been made because the world made the right decision to fight AIDS and to create a generation free of it.
Summary The former US president Bill Clinton has paid tribute to the efforts of the Australian foreign minister, Julie Bishop, to get the UN security council to agree on a resolution on the flight MH17 disaster. "I hope that all of our countries who value freedom and honour will look at the statement ... before they give in to the temptation to say: 'Well, maybe we should weaken our resolve to take a strong stand because after all they didn't mean to shoot this plane down.' ". Timmermans told the security council he had been thinking about the final moments of the passengers.
Summary Bill Clinton Back Up To Old Tricks, This Time With Mistress Code Named 'Energizer'. "Bill Clinton reportedly has a buxom blond mistress who visits so often when Hillary Clinton isn't home in Chappaqua that the former president's Secret Service detail have given her an unofficial code name: Energizer. The book, portions of which I've obtained, says none of the normal protocols are followed when Energizer arrives in her SUV, sometimes just minutes after Hillary has left the Westchester house. Kessler quotes a supervisor informing a new agent: 'You don't stop her, you don't approach her, you just let her go in.'". The book also reveals that Bill Clinton's Secret Service agents find his new mistress 'Energizer' to be very friendly.
Summary The thing about him is, he just keeps going. As Hillary stumbles and President Barack Obama slumps, Bill Clinton keeps getting more popular. The women, the cheesy behavior, the fundraising excesses, the self-pity, the adolescent narcissism, the impeachment, the charges of racially tinged insults against Obama in 2008, the foundation dishabille -- all that percussive drama has faded to a mellow saxophone riff for many Americans.